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Jeannette inquiry. Before the Committee on Naval Affairs of the United States House of Representatives, Forty-eighth Congress.
Date: January 1, 1884
Loss of the steamer Jeannette. Letter from the Secretary of the Navy, relative to the loss of the steamer Jeannette. March 2, 1883. -- Referred to the Committee on Naval Affairs and ordered to be printed.
Date: March 2, 1883
Irregular practices of certain attorneys. Letter from the Secretary of the Interior, transmitting, in response to the resolution of the House of Representatives, copies of orders, correspondence, &c., relating to the irregular practices on the part of attorneys practicing before the Pension Office. May 8, 1884. -- Referred to the Committee on Invalid Pensions. June 20, 1884. -- Ordered to be printed.
Date: June 20, 1884
Lieutenants Harber and Schuetze. July 9, 1886. -- Committed to the Committee of the Whole House and ordered to be printed.
Date: July 9, 1886
New York custom-house. Message from the President of the United States, transmitting reports, &c., of the commissioners appointed to investigate the affairs of the custom-house, New York. April 30, 1842. read; motion to print. May 9, 1842. Ordered to lie on the table and be printed.
Date: May 9, 1842
In the Senate of the United States. July 7, 1886. -- Ordered to be printed. Mr. Blackburn, from the Committee on Naval Affairs, submitted the following report. (To accompany S. Res. 24.) The Committee on Naval Affairs, to whom was referred the Joint Resolution (S. Res. 24) to credit Lieuts. Giles B. Harber and William H. Schuetze with sea duty and sea pay while engaged in the search for Lieutenant Chipp and party, and also for the time employed in bringing home the remains of Lieutenant-Commander De Long and party, having had the same under consideration, beg leave to submit the following report...
Date: July 7, 1886
Letter from the Secretary of the Navy, transmitting report of Lieut. G.B. Harber, U.S.N., concerning the search for the missing persons of the Jeannette Expedition, and the transportation of the remains of Lieutenant Commander De Long and companions to the United States. May 28, 1884. -- Referred to the Committee on Naval Affairs and ordered to be printed.
Date: May 28, 1884
The geography and geology of Alaska: A summary of existing knowledge, by Alfred H. Brooks with a section on climate by Cleveland Abbe, Jr. and a topographic map and description thereof by R.U. Goode. [U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper No. 45. Series B, Descriptive Geology, 75. Series F, Geography, 46.]
Date: January 1, 1906
Robert Moorman v. A.C. Latimer. March 4, 1896. -- Referred to the House Calendar and ordered to be printed.
Date: March 4, 1896
In the Senate of the United States. April 25, 1890. -- Ordered to be printed. Mr. Chandler, from the Committee on Naval Affairs, submitted the following report. (To accompany S. 728.) In reporting this bill favorably the Committee on Naval Affairs call attention to the meritorious record of Chief Engineer Melville throughout his entire career in the Navy, as well as to his special services in Arctic expeditions...
Date: April 25, 1890
George W. Melville. February 13, 1889. -- Committed to the Committee of the Whole House and ordered to be printed.
Date: February 13, 1889
Journal of the Senate of the United States of America; being the first session of the Forty-ninth Congress, begun and held at the City of Washington, December 7, 1885, in the one hundred and tenth year of the independence of the United States.
Date: December 7, 1885
Date: February 17, 1885